Sex Therapy on the Radio

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Last week I had the pleasure of being a guest on “Love, Lust & Laughter” hosted by fellow sex therapist Diane Wiley. While we discussed many things, the focus of the hour was on sexual pain. Diane was a generous, knowledgeable and wonderful host. It was a productive and informative hour that we hope educated professionals and laypeople about the misconceptions surrounding sexual pain, how sex therapy can benefit those experiencing sexual pain (and their partners, too)! We also discussed the relational consequences of sexual pain disorders, and how couples can work together to overcome the shame and guilt brought about by sexual pain disorders.

It was a joy to be a guest on her show, and I encourage you to listen when you have a chance.

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